Nueve especies nuevas del género Sticta (Ascomycota liquenizados: Lobariaceae) del morfotipo fuliginosa sensu lato de Colombia

  • Bibiana Moncada Licenciatura en Biología, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá
  • Alejandra Suárez Facultad de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá
  • Robert Lüecking Science and Education, The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, Estados Unidos

Resumen

Como parte de una revisión taxonómica y sistemática del género Sticta en Colombia, se describen nueve especies nuevas correspondientes al morfotipo de Sticta fuliginosa: Sticta arbusculotomentosa Moncada & Betancourt sp nov., Sticta gallowayana Moncada & Lücking sp. nov., Sticta globulifuliginosa Moncada & Lücking sp. nov., Sticta hirsutofuliginosa Moncada & Lücking sp nov., Sticta jaguirreana Moncada & Lücking sp. nov., Sticta macrofuliginosa Moncada & Lücking sp. nov., Sticta minutula Moncada & Lücking sp. nov., Sticta phyllidiofuliginosa Moncada & Lücking sp. nov., y Sticta plumbeociliata Moncada & Lücking sp. nov. Todas las especies se discuten e ilustran. Se agrega una clave para las especies del morfotipo de S. fuliginosa presentes en Colombia. © 2015. Acad. Colomb. Cienc. Ex. Fis. Nat. Todos los derechos reservados.

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Bibiana Moncada, Licenciatura en Biología, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá
Licenciada en Biología de la Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Magister en Ciencias y Doctora en Ciencias de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Actualmente me desempeña como profesora TC de la Universidad Distrital y como investigadora adjunta del Field Museum Chicago y Directora del Grupo Colombiano de Liquenología GCOL.   Durante mi trayectoria académica ha realizado investigaciones en el campo de la liquenología en Colombia. He escrito más de 10 artículos de alto impacto y dirigido al menos 12 Trabajos de pregrado y dos de maestría.  Por mi conocimiento en el campo de los líquenes tropicales, he sido convocada a realizar cursos y talleres dentro del territorio Colombiano y en diversos países como Brasil, Costa Rica, El Salvador y Tahilandia.
Alejandra Suárez, Facultad de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá

Licenciada en Biología

Asistente Laboratorios de Biología, Facultad de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, Universidad Distrital.  Investigadora en Líquenes, Grupo Colombiano de Liquenología

Robert Lüecking, Science and Education, The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, Estados Unidos
Robert Lücking was born in Ulm, Germany, on 24 October 1964. He begun his studies in biology at the University of Ulm in 1984 and, supported by the IAS program of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), spend one year (1987–88) at the University of Costa Rica, studying different aspects of tropical biology. He received his diploma degree in 1990, with the thesis On the taxonomy and biogeography of foliicolous lichens from Costa Rica, Central America, supervised by the late Prof. Dr Sieghard Winkler. In 1994 followed the doctoral degree, with the thesis Foliicolous lichens and their microhabitat preferences in a tropical rainforest in Costa Rica’, guided by the late Prof. Dr. Sieghard Winkler, Prof. Dr. Focko Weberling, and Prof. Dr. Gerhard Gottsberger. This thesis was awarded the Doctoral Award of the University of Ulm in 1995 and the Mason Hale Award of the International Association for Lichenology in 1996. From 1995 to 1997, Dr. Lücking worked as a postdoc at the University of Ulm in various projects on foliicolous lichens, supported by a research grant of the German Research Society (DFG). In 1998, he spent three months at the Universidade Federal de Pernambuco in Recife, Brazil, where he taught courses in lichenology and biostatistics. From 1998 to 2001, he worked towards his habilitation at the Department for Plant Systematics of the University of Bayreuth, supported by a grant of the German Research Society (DFG). In August 2001, he was named Adjunct Curator (Lichenology) at the Field Museum in Chicago, and in March 2003, he assumed the position of Research Collections Manager (Mycology) at the same institution. Dr. Lücking focuses on various aspects of tropical foliicolous and crustose lichens, including taxonomy and systematics, floristics and biogeography, ecology, biodiversity, bioindication, and lichen-invertebrate interactions. He travelled to many regions in the Neotropics and southern South America, including Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Venezuela, Guyana, French Guiana, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, and Chile. Recently, he extended his interest onto tropical non-foliicolous crustose lichens. In 2002, he started the TICOLICHEN biodiversity inventory of Costa Rica, in collaboration with the Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad (INBio) and the Botanisches Museum und Botanischer Garten Berlin-Dahlem (BMBG) in Berlin, Germany, funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). In 2007, he initiated a program of tropical lichen workshops in 4 countries in Latin America. Besides the taxonomy and systematics of the lichen families Asterothyriaceae, Graphidaceae, Gomphillaceae, Pilocarpaceae, Porinaceae and Thelotremataceae, Dr. Lücking studies the role of lichens in tropical ecosystems and uses them as models to address questions such as microclimatic zonation and biodiversity maintenance in highly diverse communities. He has published more than 300 scientific papers

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Publicado
2015-03-30
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Moncada, B., Suárez, A., & Lüecking, R. (2015). Nueve especies nuevas del género Sticta (Ascomycota liquenizados: Lobariaceae) del morfotipo fuliginosa sensu lato de Colombia. Revista De La Academia Colombiana De Ciencias Exactas, Físicas Y Naturales, 39(150), 50-66. https://doi.org/10.18257/raccefyn.110
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Ciencias naturales